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Government Forwards Text for Amending Constitution to Parliament

At Monday’s extraordinary session the government reviewed the proposal for amending the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia and defined the text. It was afterward forwarded to the Parliament as confirmed by PS Talat Xhaferi. As Government spokesperson Mile Bosnjakovski informs the government proposes adding the adjective North in the name of Republic of Macedonia before the word Macedonia. It ...

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British Ambassador Meets PM Zaev

PM Zoran Zaev hosted new Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Macedonia H.E. Rachel Galloway wishing her welcome and successful work. He expressed assurance she would continue the activities for further solidifying the bilateral ties. “The PM acquainted Ambassador Galloway with the current political situation in the country, with special emphasis on the creation of best conditions towards holding the ...

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Vice PM Osmani Meets Dutch Ambassador Plomp

Vice-Premier for European Affairs Bujar Osmani and Dutch Ambassador to Macedonia Wouter Plomp discussed Monday the activities for preparing the country to start the EU accession talks and new developments related to the upcoming referendum on the (name) agreement with Greece. “We (the government) have been working intensively on preparing the team for starting the (EU) accession talks, while keeping ...

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Deputy FM Zernovski: Macedonia Fosters Cultural Religious Diversity

Deputy-Foreign Minister Andrej Zernovski took part Thursday in Washington at a Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, hosted by US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo. Vice President Mike Pence opened the conference, saying religious freedoms represent a key priority in U.S. foreign policy and serve the interest of global peace and security. Deputy FM Zernovski told MIA that his conference address ...

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Government Spokesperson Press Conference

The Government condemns the hate speech on social networks towards Greek citizens that were killed or injured in the wildfires near Athens. “We condemn every speech of hatred on social networks related to the tragic events in Athens. As a country Macedonia has mechanisms to tackle the hate speech. Once again we extend condolences to families of hurt ones,” said ...

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PM Zaev meets Chinese Ambassador Lixian

Тhe PM Zoran Zaev met on Wednesday the Chinese Ambassador to Macedonia Yin Lixian. As reported by the Government via a press release, the interlocutors spoke about the bilateral relations between the two countries, and their cooperation in many fields. Ambassador Lixian congratulate Zaev on the Name issue Agreement with Greece on behalf of the PM of China Li Keqiang, ...

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Sekerinska: Official invite for Macedonia from NATO next week

Macedonia next week will get the invitation to join NATO and the process for the ratification of protocols will launch in a few months, said Vice-PM and Defence Minister Radmila Sekerinska at a news conference on Tuesday. “The Strategic Defence Review (SDR) was adopted by the Government earlier in the day at a session. A membership invitation will be extended ...

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VMRO-DPMNE leader Mickoski announces Massive Protest for Sunday

Тhe leader of VMRO-DPMNE Hristijan Mickoski announced via a video message on Tuesday a massive protest against the Government led by SDSM and the Name Issue Agreement with Greece, which is to take place in Strumica on Sunday. “The Government and the ministers are dividing the people by promoting a fake image for the living standards in Macedonia, completely different ...

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Free Healthcare for All Citizens of Macedonia from 2019, Zaev announces

Тhe PM Zoran Zaev announced during the MP Questions Session in the Parliament that the Government will introduce free healthcare for all citizens starting from 1 January 2019. “Our target in the health sector is to introduce the free hospital treatment for all citizens as of 1 January 2019. Until now, this was possible only for children from families receiving ...

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